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Development of an agrometeorological model integrating leaf wetness duration estimation to assess the risk of head blight infection in wheat.


  • Detrixhe, P. , Chandelier, A. , Cavelier, M. , Buffet, D. & Oger, R. (2003). Development of an agrometeorological model integrating leaf wetness duration estimation to assess the risk of head blight infection in wheat. Aspects Appl. Biol. 68: 1-6.
Type Journal Article
Year 2003
Title Development of an agrometeorological model integrating leaf wetness duration estimation to assess the risk of head blight infection in wheat.
Journal Aspects Appl. Biol.
Label 148
Recnumber 17
Volume 68
Issue No.68
Pages 1-6
Date June 2003
Type of article Poster.
Endnote Keywords agricultural meteorology|fungal diseases|leaves|plant diseases|plant pathogenic fungi|plant pathogens|relative humidity|risk assessment|simulation models|temperature|weather data|wheat|wind speed|winter wheat|
Abstract To assess the risk of head blight (Fusarium spp.) infection in winter wheat in Belgium, an agrometeorological model based on an interpolation of meteorological data (including temperature, relative humidity and wind speed) collected from meteorological stations and on weather radar data has been developed to simulate the leaf wetness duration on a grid size of 1x1 km. The preliminary results of the model are presented.
Notes R.O.
Author address Ministry of the Walloon Region, Agricultural Research Centre, Department of Biological Control and Plant Genetic Resources, rue de Liroux no 4, B-5030 Gembloux, Belgium.
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Authors Detrixhe, P. , Chandelier, A. , Cavelier, M. , Buffet, D. & Oger, R.